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"Political Hack" on wrong tail of cat (I am not Blofeld)

"PoliticalHack" a Labour Party activist who secreted a camera in our underground centre of world domination in Sheldon believes:

Is John Hemming really some kind of Blofeld character? Is the plan for a Birmingham underground system just a cunning distraction from his real plans? An undercover camera took this picture in Yardley yesterday at the Coventry Road office...

To confirm that two of the cats for which I pay the food bills are not white persians here are the photos:
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Waif and Kitty are two of the six cats that can be found prowling the Hemming residence from time to time. Neither, as can be seen, are white persians notwithstanding smears from the Labour Party.

Comments

PoliticalHack said…
Your figures just don't add up. You claim six, but can only show us two of them. We'll be checking the postal votes for pawprints.
Bob Piper said…
Yes... he's right. There's only two catsd, and only one of them appears to be alive. Look out for "Hemming the cat killer" headlines.
PoliticalHack said…
Look, if someone was boring you senseless about voting fraud and the perceived injustices caused by the DTI, you'd feign death too.
Stephen Booth said…
Sir,

Should it not be "...two of the cats for whom [you] pay the food bills...". Cats are definately a 'whom' not 'which'.
Ryan said…
May I be one of the first to congratulate you John via your blog.
PoliticalHack said…
It's the cats wot won it.
The voters of Yardley clearly got fed up with you asking, so decided to give the seat to you.
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